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A firefighter at a residential fire . . . created using our own images and Photoshop. No stock images used.
35 comments, 6 faves, 507 views — 06/26/2-12
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blaze danger fire fireman fire fighter flames hazardous heat hero hot residential
We’re photographers and graphic artists who have been producing commercial and editorial stock images for over twenty-five years. Our work is represented by numerous agencies around the world. We live in Merced, California with our fotokats.
Looks hotter than blazes. great job Carol and Mike
Thanks for the great comment, Ann . . . a controlled burn with much Photoshopping . . .
– Carol and Mike Werner
Hot stuff. can almost feel the heat. nice work.
Thanks, John . . . your great comments are much appreciated.
Well captured. They work so hard for us.
They do indeed . . . fortunately this was a controlled burn to get rid of some unwanted old houses.
No doubt about it! A really “hot” image! :-)
Thanks, Peter . . . smile!
Really interesting treatment of the fire and the shapes appearing…..an abstraction that is so close to reality.Rosa
Thanks for the wonderful comment, Rosa . . . so much what we wanted to capture . . .
Thanks for the lovely banner and the fave, Val . . .
Great combi, very well done!!
Thanks for the great comment, Kim . . .
Thanks for the great comment and the fave, Igor . . .
This is the end result of mucho Habeneros
Great action shot
Indeed . . . very hot . . . thanks so much Jeff . . . and for the fave, too . . .
Wow…., this is very powerfull.
Thanks for the wonderful comment and the fave, Andy . . .